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Hi -

I have been running tomcat 6 with cocoon on CentOS 5.2 for some months now without incident.

I decided to try out the BIRT Report Viewer and all seemed fine - I could access reports, etc...

This morning, however, I went to access the sample report and it spun for a good 5 minutes before I canceled operations.

I restarted Tomcat and went to myip:8080 and logged into the manager, which gave a blank screen.

I have restarted services several times and I can see from Tomcat is up and running, but now any attempts to access myip:8080 just spins.

Any feedback on how I can begin diagnosing and fixing this issue would be much appreciated.

Thanks,
Scott

edit: removed BIRT from post as it seems to not have been the issue.
 
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From the catalinaout file it seems that my tomcat script was not actually shutting down things completely:

java.net.bindexception address already in use:8080

After stopping tomcat, killing the java pids that were still going, and then restarting, everything came back online.

For more details:
http://www.jguru.com/faq/view.jsp?EID=126267

Thanks,
Scott
 
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